The Argentine volleyball player Pablo Crer, who has been a member of the Argentina National Team for the last 15 years, including base categories, decided to end his international career.
The middle blocker, who turned 32 today, explained his decision through social networks:
“The time has come to say goodbye to the most beautiful shirt one can wear, which gave me goosebumps during the 15 years that I wore it… 15 years have passed since the first time and I always left everything for it… Today is the time to leave it with the feeling and pride of knowing that I always defended it and left more than life,” he wrote, who left the Rimini bubble in Italy where Argentina competes in the 2021 FIVB Volleyball Nations League.
The player who spent the last two seasons in Poland’s Trefl Gdańsk, thus put an end to a career in the national team thanks to which he played in the Olympic Games, FIVB World Championship, and other international competitions.
During these years with Argentina, he won the gold medal in the 2015 Pan American Games and 2017 Pan American Cup in which he was named Best Middle Blocker. Moreover, he won the same award in the South American Championship the same year.